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Video Shows Police Kill London Terrorists

A huge investigation was launched in the wake of the attack, with 18 people arrested so far. The attempted truck hire failed only by chance, because Butt failed to provide payment details. The investigation has concluded that 27-year-old Butt was the ringleader. He was an acolyte of Anjem Choudary, an extremist cleric whose groups were believed by security officials to be a gateway to terrorism, with MI5 assessing that 500 people linked to them went on to commit terrorist acts. Read More »

Juncker makes case for EU defence integration

Europe can not "outsource" its defense in a changing global landscape and must take matters into its own hands, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said in a speech advocating common European defense on Friday. "We are different but we complement each other". Earlier this week, Czech Interior Minister Milan Chovanec said the government would withdraw from the scheme entirely due to security concerns and what he described as the "dysfunctionality of the whole system". Read More »

U .S. House Of Representatives Votes To Defang Dodd-Frank

The Financial Creating Hope and Opportunity for Investors, Consumers and Entrpreneurs Act aims to curb the amount of regulation banks dealing in derivatives will face and cut back stress testing. “I think people are too dismissive of this bill being DOA [Dead On Arrival] in the Senate, ” said Marcus Stanley, policy director for Americans for Financial Reform . Read More »

Video shows police shooting London Bridge attackers

Both the relatives of Khuram Butt and the ex-partner of Rachid Redouane distanced themselves from the extremists, saying the atrocity had left them shocked. "A man ran up to him and said 'This is for my family, this is for Islam, ' and stuck a knife straight in", she said. "I went to get the first-aid kit and I started speaking to his friends and to try and calm them down", he said. Read More »

Conservative Home Secretary Amber Rudd may lose her seat

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After the recount was announced, Ms Rudd relaxed visibly having spent most of the evening looking tense. Thousands of people flooded Twitter with remarks about Mrs Rudd as predictions suggest she may lose her seat. She entered the snap election with a majority of 4700 in Hastings and Rye. Just an hour before polls closed, Anna Soubry tweeted: "Good turn out in #Greasley #VoteConservative". Read More »

Comey to Testify on Conversations With Trump

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But Comey said Thursday said he "never initiated a communication with the President". Asked by a reporter if he had told Mr Comey to drop the investigation into Mr Flynn, Mr Trump said, "I didn't say that". "I took it as a very disturbing thing, very concerning", Comey testified. "I think it's an abuse of power, and as far as obstruction of justice", Ms Pelosi told U.S. Read More »

United States tells UN rights council to remove 'chronic anti-Israel bias'

A number of countries that sit on the UN Human Rights Council are not cooperating with global experts who want to shed light on abuses, UN rights chief Zeid Al-Hussein said Tuesday in Geneva . But some rights organizations argue if the US does pull out of the council, the situation may only get worse. The Trump administration took issue with the most recent United Nations report that asserted Israel was endangering the territorial viability of a potential sovereign Palestine by vastly ... Read More »

Qatari blacklist not an 'escalation' of crisis, UAE official says

Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen and several other Arab and African countries have cut diplomatic ties with Qatar and have imposed blockade restricting economic and financial transactions with Doha. The Gulf countries have ordered their citizens out of Qatar and gave Qataris overseas 14 days to return home. "Doha now needs to take serious steps very rapidly to placate not only their neighbors but also their allies around the world". Read More »

Qatar's FM: Arab states have no right to "blockade" country

President Tayyip Erdogan on Friday approved legislation on deployment of Turkish troops in Qatar , signaling support for the Gulf state as it faces isolation imposed by fellow Arab states over its alleged support for terrorism. "We don't interfere in anybody's business, we just report", he told Reuters at Al Jazeera's Doha headquarters. Throughout the interview , Sheikh Mohammed repeatedly denied that Qatar funded extremists and terrorist groups, the main reason given for this week's moves ... Read More »

Trump refutes 'fabricated' report on his son-in-law

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In a statement given to the New York Times , Trump praised the "great job" Kushner is doing but he did not directly address allegations made against him. #FakeNews is the enemy!' That conversation was first reported by The Washington Post and The New York Times . "I would just say that any line of communication to a country, particularly a country like Russian Federation, is a good thing ", Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly told ABC's "This Week" on Sunday. Read More »

Waterjet Cutting Machines market 2017 Growth Driving Factor Analysis forecasts to 2022

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The report includes rigorous data, in-depth analysis in two ways, namely, quantitative and qualitative, industry professionals' inputs and data given by the industry members and industry analysts involved in the complete value cycle. Further, the report renders comprehensive analysis of root market trends, macro-economic indicators and various governing elements, along with market enhancements according to each segment. Read More »

Naga leader SS Khaplang passes away

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A message received allegedly from Manipur has claimed that NSCN (K) chief SS Khaplang has died. As he was not keeping well, he had to undergo a surgery earlier. It was one of the deadliest strikes in more than two decades. In 1964, Khaplang floated the Naga Defence Force and later, served the Eastern Naga Revolutionary Council as its chairman. Read More »

EU's Juncker urges London not to delay Brexit talks

On June 23 it will be a full year since Britain voted to leave the EU. Yet with the result from Thursday's United Kingdom election, which left no single party with a majority, it is anyone's guess when and how the country will be ready to start the talks. Read More »

Maharashtra Board MSBSHSE SSC Class 10 Results Expected to Declare Today @ mahresult

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Log on to the official website of Maharashtra Board Result 2017 i.e mahresult.nic.in. About 17,66,098 candidates appeared for the class 10 state boards which were conducted in the month of March. The results for SSC Class 10 will be declared at mahresult.nic.in . The overall pass percentage in Maharashtra stood at 89.50. The passing percentage for girls was 93.20, compared to 86.65 of boys. Read More »

Myanmar adds ships, aircraft to search for missing plane

The Chinese-made Y-8-200 F transport plane vanished on Wednesday after taking off from the coastal town of Myeik on a weekly flight to Myanmar's largest city, Yangon . Parts of a Myanmar military aircraft that had been missing since Wednesday afternoon were found in the sea along with 10 bodies, the country's Ministry of Defense said Thursday. Read More »

China-built railway biggest Kenya project since independence

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Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday inaugurated a Chinese-built railway, the country's biggest infrastructure project since independence that is aimed at cementing its role as the gateway to East Africa. The standard-gauge railway was built with the help of loans from the Chinese government. " I think that is a little bit of wishful thinking ", said Owino, questioning assumptions about the volume of cargo available to be carried, while warning high growth rates in east Africa ... Read More »

Paris: Police shoot man who attacked officer at Notre-Dame cathedral

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It is thought the officer was injured during the attack before police took down the alleged assailant - who is also believed to have been carrying knives. The man lay bleeding on the ground as police sealed off the area and searched for possible accomplices. Speaking to the Associated Press she said she was admiring the church's stained glass windows when a French announcement came on urging those inside to stay calm as police dealt with an incident outside. Read More »

New York AG looking into Eric Trump Foundation

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New York's Democratic attorney general is looking into the Eric Trump Foundation after reports emerged that the foundation may have funneled money to the Donald J. As one would expect, this drew a firestorm of criticism - not only for the self-dealing aspect of the story but because donors were under the impression that their $500,000 would only go to St. Read More »

Iran terror attacks: Tehran attackers were Iranian Islamic State recruits

The White House released a statement from Mr Trump condemning the terrorist attacks in Tehran and offering condolences, but also implying that Iran is itself a sponsor of terrorism. Police said five people were arrested around Khomeini's shrine on suspicion of involvement, while the intelligence ministry said a third team had been stopped before the attacks started. Read More »

Iran calls Trump's reaction to terrorist attacks 'repugnant'

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The Revolutionary Guards' accusation comes at a time of heightened Saudi-Iranian tensions following a regional rift with Qatar. But Trump also says the US grieves and prays for innocent victims and for the Iranian people. They returned to Iran last July or August under the leadership of a commander with the nom de guerre Abu Aisha, and "intended to carry out terrorist operations in religious cities". Read More »

Real Madrid end pursuit of Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea

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Jose Mourinho is in the market for a new top class front-man after releasing Zlatan Ibrahimovic today and Morata has emerged as a prime target after United missed out on Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann. Apparently, Los Blancos want more than €75 million, although they know that they might be forced to settle for around those €70 million mentioned above. Read More »

CBSE moves SC for stay of HC order against publication of NEET

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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Friday approached the Supreme Court against a Madras High Court order staying the declaration of the NEET 2017 results. The petitioners alleged that the NEET question paper for medical and dental courses in some regional languages paper presented an entirely different set of questions. Read More »

Breivik to take his case to European court - lawyer

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Eight lost their lives in a bombing in the capital Oslo, while 69 others, including many teenagers, were shot dead at a meeting of young political activists on Utoya island. He can play video games, watch TV and exercise. Breivik has been told of the Supreme Court's decision, Mona Danielsen, one of his lawyers, told Reuters. Read More »